NEW! Clear Mount Video Quick Tips

Here's an easy method to add image stickers and nifty way to store clear-mount stamps in their containers.  This short video may turn on a lightbulb or two!

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15 Comments:

  1. WOW is right! I’ve been avoiding clear mounts that have small stamps. Now I don’t have to. Thanks for the wonderful tips….

  2. I love your idea about keeping the rubber. I will have to start doing that; darn I wish I had thought of it. I love your 1-min video tips.

  3. THANK YOU MS MARY, I’M STILL TRYING TO SEE WHATS THE BEST WAY TO PUT THEM TOGEATHER.

    BUT YOU FORGOT TO SAY (WALLA)

    HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS, YOU AND YOURS

    HUG’S FRENCHIE

  4. kathyc/North Carolina

    You are so clever! What a great tip!

  5. Mary, On the rubber frame of the stamps (the piece we use to throw away) I take the corners only off the white backing to give it more “stick” to the box.

  6. Carla Bazhenow

    I would of never thought to save the rubber sheet. Lightbulb. Thanks Mary!!!

  7. Hmmm I tried clicking the video several times, but it doesn’t play for me. I usually can play all of your other videos. Maybe because I am on a Mac? *sigh* Wish I could watch! =(

  8. Laura Ozurovich

    Brilliant!! Thank you for sharing!!

  9. Cheryl McAskill

    Great idea! I will be saving the rubber backing NOW! Thanks for the great tutorial, as always, informative and easy to remember!

  10. Fabulous idea, Mary! Thank you!

  11. Just this past weekend I was thinking of those little clear stamps and how they always “jiggle” in the case. I never thought of doing what you do. Great idea! I love clear stamps because of the price and storage saving space, as well as their clear crisp images. Great tip, thanks for sharing! Merry Christmas!

  12. What a great idea! Now why didn’t I think of that??? I’ve been throwing the excess rubber away, but no more. Thank you so much!

  13. Seriously – so simple. Why didn’t I think of that? I see I’m not the only one who feels that way! Thanks!!! …I need to go dig some “excess rubber” out of the trash…

  14. Wow, is right!! I wish I seen this before. I dug out all the excess rubber from the trash this morning so that I could do this. I love this ideas as I lost alittle stamp in the garbage the other night…thank goodness that my daughter found it.
    Now all my stamps are safe and sound!!

    Have a wonderful holiday!!

  15. Hi Mary, Once you take white backing off clear stamps and press picture on sticky back, how does it stick to the acrylic stamp pad.? Thanks

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